i've developed swollen lymph nodes throughout my body starting with my neck and eventually down to my groin. they have been diagnosed by a doctor. i didnt have a sore throat but flu like sympthoms 9 weeks back. my lymph nodes are still swollen and a few more are popping up. in addition i feel really sore. i had an ebv test 2 weeks after onset on sympthoms and a cmv test 3 weeks after onset of symothoms. both tests came back negative. is it still possible to have mono or any of these viruses with negative results during symothoms? should i take these tests again or look for a different diagnoses.
well man. i had unprotected sex, but i've tested negative for hiv until day 68. im on 74 right now. idk if i should look for another illness or just except it as hiv. if you'd like to go more into detail add me as a friend and shoot me a message omar. thanks man
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